San Ysidro, New Mexico


San Ysidro Church

San Ysidro was first established in 1699 by one Juan Trujillo as a farming community just upstream of the confluence of the Jemez River and the Rio Salado. The name comes from Saint Isidore the Farmer.

The location is at the south end of the Jemez Valley between the Jemez Mountains and Nascimiento Range.

The village was incorporated in 1967.

The San Ysidro Fiesta Day happens every year in mid-May.

Nearby is the junction of US Highway 550 and NM Highway 4. In this area, both routes are part of the Jemez Mountain Trail.

The population of San Ysidro is down more than 18% since 2000.

 
Fast Facts about San Ysidro, New Mexico
San Ysidro, Sandoval County, NM 87053
Latitude: 35.553457°N
Longitude: 106.770566°W
Elevation: 5,466'

Education:
High School or Higher: 60.2%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 14.4%
Median Resident Age: 47.3 Years
Cost of Living Index for San Ysidro: 86.4

2014 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $37,500
Median Home Value: $139,300
Major Industries:
Retail Trade, Construction, Waste Management Services, Entertainment & Recreation, Other Services, Transportation & Warehousing, Manufacturing
Unemployed (August 2014): 7.6%
 
Population Demographics: 2010
Total Population 193
Males 89
Females 104
Population by Age
Under 18 44
18 & over 149
20-24 5
25-34 15
35-49 39
50-64 52
65 & over 35
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 117
Non Hispanic or Latino 76
Population by Race
White 71
African-American 0
Asian 0
Native American 30
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
Other 84
Two or more 8